All Windows 10 PCs Will Support HoloLens Next Year

Tech giants are betting on augmented reality and virtual reality as the “next big thing.” However, both of these nascent technologies are seeing a slow adoption rate because a user needs high-end computing power at her disposal to experience most of them. Microsoft believes it has made enough software advancements to offset the hardware requirements. At Intel’s annual developers conference, Microsoft’s Windows chief Terry Myerson announced a partnership with the chip maker that will make all future Windows 10 PCs able to support mixed reality applications. From a report on The Verge:”All Windows 10 PCs next year will include a holographic shell,” Myerson said, the same operating system that runs on the company’s HoloLens headset. PCs will work with a head-mounted display, and run all Windows Holographic applications, Myerson said, allowing wearers to interact not just with 3D applications but also 2D apps. Microsoft will enable these apps through a


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